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Greek Peak Adaptive Snowsports

February 2, 2020

David Ayers said yes, he has a “little issue” with his ability to see. “I don’t have any eyesight — that’s an issue,” said the Newark Valley man. But that doesn’t stop the computer programmer […]

Lifton to retire Dec. 31

February 1, 2020

DRYDEN — Assembly Member Barbara Lifton will not seek re-election this November, she announced Friday at Dryden Town Hall. Lifton (D-Ithaca), who won election to a ninth term in the state Assembly in 2018, said […]

Law enforcers expect bail reform to revive chase

February 1, 2020

When two Cortland County sheriff’s officers caught a fugitive in Tennessee this month, they were lucky. They had extra felony charges on which to hold him. If they hadn’t had them, the scofflaw could have […]

Short-handed Olympians fall to Springs

February 1, 2020

Brooke Tillotson provided the firepower, but the Marathon girls’ varsity basketball team was down two players due to injuries and dropped a tough Interscholastic Athletic Conference North Small School Division contest Friday. Tillotson scored a […]

Non-Opioid Treatments for Chronic Pain

February 1, 2020

There is insufficient evidence that prescription opioids control chronic pain effectively over the long term, and there is evidence that other treatments may be more effective with less harm. Before you use opioids to treat […]

Cortland grad promoted to Bengals’ QB coach

February 1, 2020

The Cincinnati Bengals announced the promotion of Cortland native Dan Pitcher to quarterbacks coach. He replaces Alex Van Pelt, who has left the team. Pitcher, 33, has been a Bengals assistant coach on offense since […]

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